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Sanity & Self: anxiety stress relief, sleep sounds

Sanity & Self: anxiety stress relief, sleep sounds

Moov Inc

A self-care podcast, meditation guide, sleep helper, bullet journal all in one.

4.8 Ratings 13K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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4.8
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  • A lot is missing Jan 30, 2020

    By Kedaha
    I’m not sure who will see this in the sea of reviews. Most of which are 5 star reviews. For me this is not a 5 star app. It’s a 5 star concept. I’ve had it for a month—like other women I wanted to start the New Year “getting back on track”. I thought this was a great app to do that. I quickly got board. And the content that didn’t bore me was over with after 2 mins. I just wish it had more. More important I wish it would update the content regularly. I’ve been waiting for new bedtime stores for weeks. Where’s the rest of the chapters to Little Women and Alice in Wonder. Once you finish a session (which is usually only 2 mins for 5 days) then what? It takes more than 10 mins a week to learn to love yourself, to learn to accept yourself, to not get stressed out. WE NEED MORE. Also. I’m 32– I know this is for women but I feel like some of the content is for younger women. I don’t need to learn to touch myself. I don’t need to learn how to play mind games to make men interested in me. And I don’t need to learn to say the F word. It’s already my favorite word and I’m content with canceling my subscription. I won’t miss it. I really hope they can update their and add more content regularly. I really wanted to love this app. If anyone needs me I’ll be going to Calm (which is also cheaper) you MOREEEEE bang for your buck.
    more
  • Jan 30, 2021

    By Shawney Plaisted
    I downloaded this app 2 years ago when I was desperate for someone/something to help calm my nerves and guide me to have strength during my separation and divorce. This app truly is a lifesaver in so many ways; I use it for working out, self-love, relationship guidance, grief... I even use it for white noise at night. Lastly, the therapist are amazing and give very non-judgmental advice. They are down-to-earth and relatable... and touch on topics for everything imaginable.
    more
  • Jan 24, 2021

    By kota clarke
    Amazing app been sharing with all the woman in my life because of how empowering it is. Full of info, had the 7day free trial and paid for it after because of how much I love it. Every girl needs this
  • I can tell the app is amazing Apr 5, 2019

    By Carolyn Levin
    I’ve been exploring the app for a few days now and most every title that I’ve come across definitely sounds like something I would like to listen to. The only problem is that I am not able to access any of the sessions due to them all being Premium. I don’t have Premium and I’m didn’t download a free app only to buy the main feature (I’m sure many others feel the same way). There should absolutely be an abundance of free sessions that users of the app can be able to use. I’m sure the Premium sessions are totally awesome, but it would be great if we could have free access to a bunch of less-awesome sessions per say. And I don’t mean just samples of the session itself, I mean full sessions that people can actually get something out of. I’m so excited to start using the app but, for now, there really is nothing to use. This is the only reason why I’m giving the app a 4 rather than a 5 star review. Everything else the app features is superb!
    more
  • Update: Better than I thought it would be Nov 30, 2019

    By Gginaa1
    I pay because it IS worth the money. My favorite speakers are Diane Mandell and Melanie Dewberry. Both have great insight to offer. I feel like they are genuine with their intentions to help women become better versions of themselves. There are so many self- help apps that I have downloaded just to ignore the recommendations and activities. Many of them seemed appealing by their description but in the end just didn’t keep me engaged. This one is unlike any other. There are courses that are more than just the typical “self- love” and ‘take a moment to breathe” apps. The courses target real issues and provide tools to address how these issues affect our lives. The only issue I have is that it advertises as an app specifically for women. There are several modules that could apply to anyone.
    more
  • Feb 16, 2021

    By Ashton Reinier
    Wouldn't recommend solely off the fact that their customer service is HORRIBLE. I tried to use the free trial, over a month ago, when I was having a bad week. I was IMMEDIATELY charged for a year subscription, money I did not have to spare. Google told me to contact the app for a refund and I tried multiple times to reach someone to no avail. I've sent multiple emails, practically begging for my money back and no one even had the decency to reply. So much for helping women with stress.
    more
  • Mostly disappointing but slightly insightful content Feb 26, 2020

    By 1 :) 1
    I downloaded the app because I saw an advertisement for it on Instagram, and thought why not. When I opened the app, I was initially skeptical because of immense focus on just empowering women, which is a good concept. However, the execution of the app creates an exclusionary environment because not everyone feels supported, which is not fair especially since majority of the content is general information for all people. Another issue I have with the app is that after only one sample audio a pop up comes up that requires you to sign up for a free 7 day trial or pay an outrageous amount for premium. It’s disappointing and quite ironic that in our corrupt society there is an entire market created out of coping with the society itself. Thus, creating an endless cycle of superficial values that take advantage of and sanitize the real horrors of living in a world full of systems that reduce and commodify human life. For example, many people can not afford the overpriced amount for premium does that mean they don’t desire happiness? Absolutely not! There are many free ways to cope with problems like reading articles online or listening to music or talking to friends, thus proving the app does not uniquely fix any issues and is quite unnecessary. Therefore, the only reason for its existence is to exploit stressed out people.
    more
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Maryuri S.
    Do not waste your money. My subscription is until June and it's now saying i don't have one and for me to pay again the $59.
  • Not my thing Jun 25, 2020

    By heyatleastimhonest
    I delved in during the trial period and was thankful for there being one. Minor things: No night mode. The time I have for quiet and reflection is night. The design is bright. You can flip your phone over or turn off the screen but this would be a minor change that people will enjoy. Music. I hope that was free music because it's just awful. It's the same phrase over and over. I have usedany meditation apps and this choice boggles my mind. Ifd never have expected soft, background music to be distracting. Difficult to see text. The background is bright but the text isn't contrasted well & it's small. I get some people won't have a problem but this could easily be fixed by allowing a few options or even dimming the background-again. Major: Content. There's a lot of content. Cool. The content-proper is not for me. I have a background in psychology and I work as a parole officer. Cognitive-Behavioral is my preferred approach. The approach here is basically too sidling, too ephemeral. In the who speech, the same explication of a situation and examples could be done in 5-10 minutes. My takeaway if the 'point' & the action step from these could be delivered more succinctly. I have had years of therapy & work as a civil servant. I currently have a therapist, as all therapists and counsors should. All of this to say that I really do have experience with getting and giving counsel. The concept of the app is good. My experience with it shows that it's not for me.
    more
  • Oct 27, 2020

    By Tyra Bowman
    This company's customer service is a JOKE. I realized I never got a notification about my trial ending and canceled it a mere 45 minutes past day 7. Emailed to ask for a refund. Got an automated response saying they'd get back to me in 1-2 business days. It's been 7. GARBAGE.
    more

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  • Jan 30, 2021

    By Shawney Plaisted
    I downloaded this app 2 years ago when I was desperate for someone/something to help calm my nerves and guide me to have strength during my separation and divorce. This app truly is a lifesaver in so many ways; I use it for working out, self-love, relationship guidance, grief... I even use it for white noise at night. Lastly, the therapist are amazing and give very non-judgmental advice. They are down-to-earth and relatable... and touch on topics for everything imaginable.
    more
  • Jan 24, 2021

    By kota clarke
    Amazing app been sharing with all the woman in my life because of how empowering it is. Full of info, had the 7day free trial and paid for it after because of how much I love it. Every girl needs this
  • Update: Better than I thought it would be Nov 30, 2019

    By Gginaa1
    I pay because it IS worth the money. My favorite speakers are Diane Mandell and Melanie Dewberry. Both have great insight to offer. I feel like they are genuine with their intentions to help women become better versions of themselves. There are so many self- help apps that I have downloaded just to ignore the recommendations and activities. Many of them seemed appealing by their description but in the end just didn’t keep me engaged. This one is unlike any other. There are courses that are more than just the typical “self- love” and ‘take a moment to breathe” apps. The courses target real issues and provide tools to address how these issues affect our lives. The only issue I have is that it advertises as an app specifically for women. There are several modules that could apply to anyone.
    more
  • Feb 4, 2021

    By Shey Barasan
    It was so good. I badly need it. But i don't have money to pay. Im just a little bit sad because it really works for me and helps me to overcome my anxiety. Not until when i found out that it wasn't free.
  • Such a perfect app! Jul 23, 2019

    By LilyK27
    I feel so much at peace with myself and my life right now all thanks to this app. I did the monthly plan, and I can say that it was definitely worth my money. You can just tell the time and effort these individuals put in and that they truly do care about each and every one of you that decide to take a listen. It gives such amazing advice, advice that I actually have never heard before, and it has done wonders for me in any type of situation I can think of. There is an audio for just about anything you may be struggling with, and if you are in need of support it is definitely a place where you can feel it, and start to love yourself if you have trouble with that as well. I absolutely love it, and have no regrets!!!
    more
  • I can tell the app is amazing Apr 5, 2019

    By Carolyn Levin
    I’ve been exploring the app for a few days now and most every title that I’ve come across definitely sounds like something I would like to listen to. The only problem is that I am not able to access any of the sessions due to them all being Premium. I don’t have Premium and I’m didn’t download a free app only to buy the main feature (I’m sure many others feel the same way). There should absolutely be an abundance of free sessions that users of the app can be able to use. I’m sure the Premium sessions are totally awesome, but it would be great if we could have free access to a bunch of less-awesome sessions per say. And I don’t mean just samples of the session itself, I mean full sessions that people can actually get something out of. I’m so excited to start using the app but, for now, there really is nothing to use. This is the only reason why I’m giving the app a 4 rather than a 5 star review. Everything else the app features is superb!
    more
  • A lot is missing Jan 30, 2020

    By Kedaha
    I’m not sure who will see this in the sea of reviews. Most of which are 5 star reviews. For me this is not a 5 star app. It’s a 5 star concept. I’ve had it for a month—like other women I wanted to start the New Year “getting back on track”. I thought this was a great app to do that. I quickly got board. And the content that didn’t bore me was over with after 2 mins. I just wish it had more. More important I wish it would update the content regularly. I’ve been waiting for new bedtime stores for weeks. Where’s the rest of the chapters to Little Women and Alice in Wonder. Once you finish a session (which is usually only 2 mins for 5 days) then what? It takes more than 10 mins a week to learn to love yourself, to learn to accept yourself, to not get stressed out. WE NEED MORE. Also. I’m 32– I know this is for women but I feel like some of the content is for younger women. I don’t need to learn to touch myself. I don’t need to learn how to play mind games to make men interested in me. And I don’t need to learn to say the F word. It’s already my favorite word and I’m content with canceling my subscription. I won’t miss it. I really hope they can update their and add more content regularly. I really wanted to love this app. If anyone needs me I’ll be going to Calm (which is also cheaper) you MOREEEEE bang for your buck.
    more
  • Misleading in a way.. Apr 25, 2019

    By Milfred Jacobson
    I do like this app and I think very good points are made in each session, but personally, I’m young and still in school and I was really excited to find out more about how to learn to help support myself through different issues in my life with this. But I cannot afford to pay for premium as I am still only in school. It would be nice to have free options. I feel like now I’ve downloaded this in hopes of getting more in depth with myself, and now I can’t afford to get the full experience. Which is quite discouraging to be fully honest. But I think the idea behind it is in good efforts.. many people looking for help nowadays consist of younger girls in hopes of finding reassurance in their lives. And if you’re in highschool- it’s hard to afford things such as this if you’re just looking for another opinion to help clear your head.
    more
  • I like it but disappointed in the lack of content Aug 8, 2020

    By morganbelle2198
    I accidentally paid for the year subscription but decided I would stick with it because I enjoyed some of the sessions and the sleep guides (though I wish they were all longer). I understand with covid it’s not necessarily the easy task but I feel as though I’m the amount of time I’ve been on the app not much has been added. I noticed one addition. Especially with the bedtime tales, I would like to see following chapters of the books. I love the concept and the girl power and the lessons being taught but there are also many things that don’t apply to me and I’ve listened to the ones that do already. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add more stuff I would love to continue use of this app due to the messages it’s getting out there and the help it can bring to women.
    more
  • May 16, 2019

    By Becky Coleman
    The content is fantastic! The app keeps stopping and restarting in the middle of sessions. I recently switched to Android, and it never did this on my iPhone. I signed up for a year and love the sessions, they have helped me a lot, but the frustration of the shutdowns is overriding the anti-anxiety benefit of the sessions. I hope it can get fixed!
    more
  • Oct 14, 2018

    By Shelby Eastman
    I love the idea of this app, the first thing I was introduced to was guided meditation, which was so lovely. The journaling feature was great as well, and the community chats were especially something I loved. But the fact is, I'm not able to spend that much money on this, I'm struggling lol. I wish there was more free access stuff for people who can't afford the premium. I'm uninstalling due to the fact I can't do much with out the premium that isn't already offered in other apps already. I wish this app the best of luck, the idea is absolutely wonderful!
    more
  • Mostly disappointing but slightly insightful content Feb 26, 2020

    By 1 :) 1
    I downloaded the app because I saw an advertisement for it on Instagram, and thought why not. When I opened the app, I was initially skeptical because of immense focus on just empowering women, which is a good concept. However, the execution of the app creates an exclusionary environment because not everyone feels supported, which is not fair especially since majority of the content is general information for all people. Another issue I have with the app is that after only one sample audio a pop up comes up that requires you to sign up for a free 7 day trial or pay an outrageous amount for premium. It’s disappointing and quite ironic that in our corrupt society there is an entire market created out of coping with the society itself. Thus, creating an endless cycle of superficial values that take advantage of and sanitize the real horrors of living in a world full of systems that reduce and commodify human life. For example, many people can not afford the overpriced amount for premium does that mean they don’t desire happiness? Absolutely not! There are many free ways to cope with problems like reading articles online or listening to music or talking to friends, thus proving the app does not uniquely fix any issues and is quite unnecessary. Therefore, the only reason for its existence is to exploit stressed out people.
    more
  • Nov 11, 2019

    By Shawna Adams
    I was interested in this app and signed up for the FREE TRIAL. It says so long as subscribtion is canceled before the trial is over, then there will no charges. OR if canceled after the trial period, you will be returned a prorated amount of what time was used out of the year. I canceled it after the free trail was over but only 2 weeks into the years subscription and I was never returned any of my money. So I paid $59.99 for two weeks for nothing!
    more
  • Oct 9, 2018

    By Constance Fodé
    I used to love the older version of Moov Studio, great workouts when you can feel having a coach doing the exercises with you. Since the make over, to change this app to a "woman app" I don't personally feel attracted to it. I know, the previous workouts are still there, maybe the name changed but I don't understand the need to a pinky-woman-only app, it didn't speak to me anymore.
    more
  • Feb 16, 2021

    By Ashton Reinier
    Wouldn't recommend solely off the fact that their customer service is HORRIBLE. I tried to use the free trial, over a month ago, when I was having a bad week. I was IMMEDIATELY charged for a year subscription, money I did not have to spare. Google told me to contact the app for a refund and I tried multiple times to reach someone to no avail. I've sent multiple emails, practically begging for my money back and no one even had the decency to reply. So much for helping women with stress.
    more
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Maryuri S.
    Do not waste your money. My subscription is until June and it's now saying i don't have one and for me to pay again the $59.
  • Not my thing Jun 25, 2020

    By heyatleastimhonest
    I delved in during the trial period and was thankful for there being one. Minor things: No night mode. The time I have for quiet and reflection is night. The design is bright. You can flip your phone over or turn off the screen but this would be a minor change that people will enjoy. Music. I hope that was free music because it's just awful. It's the same phrase over and over. I have usedany meditation apps and this choice boggles my mind. Ifd never have expected soft, background music to be distracting. Difficult to see text. The background is bright but the text isn't contrasted well & it's small. I get some people won't have a problem but this could easily be fixed by allowing a few options or even dimming the background-again. Major: Content. There's a lot of content. Cool. The content-proper is not for me. I have a background in psychology and I work as a parole officer. Cognitive-Behavioral is my preferred approach. The approach here is basically too sidling, too ephemeral. In the who speech, the same explication of a situation and examples could be done in 5-10 minutes. My takeaway if the 'point' & the action step from these could be delivered more succinctly. I have had years of therapy & work as a civil servant. I currently have a therapist, as all therapists and counsors should. All of this to say that I really do have experience with getting and giving counsel. The concept of the app is good. My experience with it shows that it's not for me.
    more
  • Oct 27, 2020

    By Tyra Bowman
    This company's customer service is a JOKE. I realized I never got a notification about my trial ending and canceled it a mere 45 minutes past day 7. Emailed to ask for a refund. Got an automated response saying they'd get back to me in 1-2 business days. It's been 7. GARBAGE.
    more
  • Nov 1, 2020

    By whitty9900
    I was looking forward to downloading and becoming a better person and loving myself more, but after the first session you have to pay in order to get anymore sessions. It is very disappointing. People shouldn't have to pay to feel better. Or be better.
    more

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